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Tool to change channels from YouTube to TV and ease of converting long videos to short ones

In the evolving landscape of digital streaming and content creation, YouTube TV and the YouTube mobile app are undergoing significant updates to enhance user experience and content versatility.

YouTube TV has introduced a convenient feature that streamlines channel switching, a familiar utility for traditional TV viewers. This new update allows users to seamlessly transition between their last-viewed channels using a long-press of the “OK” or “Select” buttons, without the need to navigate through an on-screen interface. This addition aims to replicate the efficiency of traditional remote controls, offering a quick channel toggle.

Initially reported by some subscribers on platforms like Apple TV and Google TV, this feature’s rollout appears gradual and platform-dependent, reflecting YouTube TV’s commitment to user-friendly navigation and personalized viewing.

Simultaneously, the YouTube mobile app is enhancing its Shorts creation tool, particularly for transforming longform videos into Shorts. The update introduces versatile layout options for creating split-screen videos, alongside a ‘pinch and zoom’ functionality, allowing content creators to focus on specific screen areas. This innovative feature enhances the creative flexibility within the Shorts format, enabling content producers to craft more engaging and visually dynamic short videos.

Despite potential concerns about image clarity when enlarging certain frames, this development signals YouTube’s dedication to expanding creative possibilities for its community of creators.

These updates from YouTube TV and the YouTube mobile app signify a continued adaptation to changing viewer preferences and content creation trends. As users seek more efficient ways to consume and produce content, these platforms are evolving to meet these demands, merging traditional viewing experiences with modern technological innovations.

Bilgesu Erdem
Bilgesu Erdem
Bilgesu graduated from Ankara University, Faculty of Communication, Department of Radio, Television and Cinema. After working as a reporter for various television channels and a newspaper, Bilgesu is currently working as a content editor at Newslinker. She loves technology and animals.